CBBC and BBC Worldwide today announce the shortlist of entries being taken through to the second stage of the channel’s animation pilot scheme, ANIM8, which hopes to find the next big thing in UK animation.
The BBC has today issued the following statement regarding Sir Terry Wogan’s funeral.
The BBC today reveals that the winner of the BBC Two and BBC Four series The Great British Amateur Orchestra (w/t) will perform at BBC Proms in the Park in Hyde Park, London on Saturday 10 September 2016.
Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota will join the BBC Executive Board as a non-executive director from 1 August 2016, for a two-year term.
Putting a workforce in charge of hiring their own boss might appear like a very risky recruitment strategy, but as more businesses turn to ‘collaborative hiring’ in a search for the best candidates for the job, a brand new show for BBC Two will visit three organisations giving it a try for the first time.
Blue Peter’s Lindsey Russell, ‘The Wave Runner’, is to take on one of the programme’s most daring challenges yet.
BBC Radio 6 Music has regained the top spot as the most-listened-to digital-only station in the UK, according to new figures released by RAJAR.
BBC One today announces the commission of a gripping new TV drama based on the real life multiple murders that took place around the late 1940s/early 1950s at the notorious address in Notting Hill. This exceptional case and its colossal repercussions helped change British society forever.
Dara O Briain and Angela Scanlon have been announced as the new presenters of Robot Wars when the series is rebooted for BBC Two, with Jonathan Pearce returning as commentator.
The BBC will be the exclusive free to air Olympic broadcaster in the UK for the next five Games. Discovery has committed to strike innovative partnerships across the continent to ensure that the Olympic Games remains accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
Having just celebrated his 80th birthday, renowned pianist John Tilbury comes to Glasgow for the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s annual Tectonics festival at City Halls and Old Fruitmarket, from 7 to 8 May. The orchestra launched the 2016 programme today, which sees musical disciplines from Scotland and across the globe collide and collaborate.
A documentary series that examines how Scotland was shaped politically and culturally in the aftermath of World War One is a cornerstone of BBC Scotland’s programming in 2016 to commemorate the conflict.
Radio 2 announces upcoming highlights along with return of Radio 2 Country pop-up digital radio service
This morning on the Radio 2 Breakfast Show, presenter Chris Evans announced the return of the pop-up digital radio service BBC Radio 2 Country, from Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 March (12pm – midnight), which will feature special broadcasts live from the C2C: Country To Country festival at The O2 in London.
The BBC has announced a wide range of programming to mark Her Majesty The Queen's 90th birthday this year, including extensive coverage of key events, a landmark BBC One documentary and specially made programmes across other outlets, both here and overseas.
The BBC and ICC today announce a new four-year digital rights deal that will see the BBC Sport website cover all major ICC events, starting with immediate effect and going through to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which will be hosted by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Scottish actress Karen Bartke and BAFTA-winner Monica Dolan have both been successful for their starring roles in BBC Scotland radio productions at the annual BBC Audio Drama Awards.
BBC Radio Scotland’s annual celebration of young musical talent raised the roof at the City Halls in Glasgow, on Sunday Jan 31,when Mohsen Amini won the title of Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2016.
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